Nothing about the pricing nor the availability is known about the handsets yet, for which we need to wait for few more days to confirm them officially. Fast forward to today, Engadget has also managed to get hold of an "unreleased version" of the Pixel 3 XL in Hong Kong. It looks like the device will come in a dark blue color, and appears to have a software interface that varies slightly from the standard Chrome OS. And while Pixel phones are great devices with exceptional cameras, it's likely that Google needs something else up its sleeve to keep up with the likes of Samsung and Apple. It is the same feature which enables users to start Google Assistant on HTC U series and Google Pixel 2 with a squeeze. As far as the camera section on these smartphones is concerned, Google is planning to again go with a single lens approach as we saw with the last year's Pixel.
In addition to the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3XL, Google will also be unveiling the Google Home Hub, which will compete against the Amazon Echo Show smart speaker. The event will see several major launches including the Pixel 3, the Pixel 3 XL, the Pixel Mini and the Chrome OS tablet. One thing to note here is that some problems are not covered with the free support even if your Pixel phone is under warranty, such as a screen "crashed" by accident. Additionally, Google might also integrate AI for better photography experience. It is rumoured that it will be having 16GB of RAM and an Intel i7 processor.
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Moving on to the review, Unwire is generally positive, saying that the increased size (up from 6 inches to 6.3 inches) doesn't make the phone any more hard to hold, that the OLED display is "good", that the dual lens front camera is impressive, and that fast wireless charging support has been added.
There are rumours that the Pixelbook 2 will be unveiled. On the other hand a report by CNET suggests that the new Chromecast model will feature Bluetooth and improved 5 GHz Wi-Fi. There have been talks of a 4K display for the Pixelbook 2, but nothing has been confirmed yet. To watch the event live, there are some ways and here we are gonna tell you! New Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Official Render Images Leaked Online Ahead of October 9 Global Launch.